The Prime Minister of England has resigned after only two months on the job.
On Thursday, Liz Truss announced that she would be stepping down.
It was only last week that Truss tagged herself as a “fighter and not a quitter.”
The UK was looking for stability after the mess that was Boris Johnson.
Truss had come in with big hopes, but she may actually be worse than Joe Biden in terms of the economy.
In her resignation, she stated, “Given the situation, I cannot deliver the mandate on which I was elected by the Conservative Party.
“I have therefore spoken to His Majesty the King to notify him that I am resigning as leader of the Conservative Party.”
Truss will remain in office until a new PM has been chosen.
That is expected to happen “within the next week.”
The resignation was expected after Home Secretary Suella Braverman recently resigned, shredding Truss in the process.
Braverman resigned after Treasure Head Kwasi Kwarteng was fired, stating, “The business of government relies upon people accepting responsibility for their mistakes.
“Pretending we haven’t made mistakes, carrying on as if everyone can’t see that we have made them and hoping that things will magically come right is not serious politics.”